RIC stands for Reconciling in Christ. It means that we truly welcome all people. For more information, please visit our Mission & Welcome Statement.
No. You do not have to be a member to participate in any of the activities offered here at Holy Cross.
The first step is worshipping with us for a while to see if this is a good fit as your church home. If it is, contact Pastor Jim, and he will discuss membership with you.
Baptism isn't a one and done event. Baptism happens in the context of a congregation, as we pledge to care for and nurture the one being baptized. The first step is worshipping with us to see if Holy Cross is a part of your faith journey.
Visit our Weddings page for the documents needed.
ELCA stands for Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Please see the ELCA page to learn more.
Our 8:30 traditional worship service is a liturgical service that uses more traditional music and hymnity primarily found in our hymnal, Evangelical Lutheran Worship. This service is lead primarily by organ and piano.
Our 11:00 comtemporary worship service uses contemporary songs with the added layer of traditional songs with a different twist. You'll hear a variety of instruments including guitar, bass, drums, and more.
Children are a welcomed and valued part of our worship services! We have a Prayground in our sanctuary for preschool age and under. For more information about our Prayground, please visit the Prayground page.
Yes. We offer our facility to a variety of different groups. Please visit our Property Use page.
All are welcomed at the Table.